Political Signs Remain Following Primary Elections
WESLACO – The clock is ticking for candidates to take down their political signs or face penalties.
Many Rio Grande Valley cities have ordinances limiting how long a political sign can stay up following an election.
Some cities say they will remove signs that are still up past the deadline but may issue a citation to the person who them there.
If you want to report a sign that’s been around for too long, call your city’s code enforcement department. If you live outside city limits you can contact the Texas Department of Transportation.
Watch the news clip above for more information.
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